Anytime goalscorers: 4 football tips for Saturday's action
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Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) to score v Burnley (15:00)
Injuries and a difficult run of fixtures have curtailed Zaha’s goalscoring start to the season, but his lively performance at Old Trafford last week suggests he is getting back to his best.
The 26-year-old has scored in both of his matches against bottom-six sides so far this season. Other than Christian Benteke - who has made just four appearances - he ranks highest for open play xG, shots, and shots inside the penalty area in the Crystal Palace squad.
That gives him every chance of netting against Burnley, who have conceded 15 goals in their last six league away games. Sean Dyche’s side rank second-bottom for xG against away and bottom for shots and shots on target against.
Bradley Dack (Blackburn) to score v Sheffield Wednesday (15:00)
Dack has scored in four of his last six matches at Ewood Park to establish himself as one of the best players outside the Premier League.
The midfielder ranks seventh for shots and 11th for shots inside the penalty area per Championship match this season, so is an obvious bet to take his overall tally for the season to 11 against Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls rank bottom for shots on target per Championship away game this season, as borne out by the fact that they have managed just one clean sheet in nine matches away from Hillsborough.
Lewis Grabban (Nottingham Forest) to score v Ipswich (15:00)
Grabban is on a phenomenal run of 12 goals in 12 league games, so backing him to score at odds against at home to struggling opposition is obvious.
The 30-year-old has scored three goals inside the last two weeks, while he has netted seven goals in his last six matches against bottom-half sides. Only 12 players have had more shots on target per match this season and he is also Forest’s established penalty-taker.
Against Ipswich, who have conceded at least twice in all of their last eight away matches, he can extend his good run.
Lyle Taylor (Charlton) to score v Doncaster (15:00)
Taylor is always a good bet for a goal, after scoring 12 goals in 19 matches and 10 in his last 14 this season.
That run includes a hat-trick against Mansfield in the first-round replay against Mansfield, and he has scored six goals in seven matches at The Valley overall.
Doncaster are without a clean sheet away from home all season, conceding at least twice in four of their last five non-EFL Trophy matches on the road.
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